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Thermal Conductivity of Refrigerants in a Wide Range of Temperature

By Krauss, R.

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Title: Thermal Conductivity of Refrigerants in a Wide Range of Temperature  
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: Waste heat by means of Organic-Rankine-Cycles, heat transformation and heat pumps. It is evident that the thermophysical properties of the working fluids in such processes should be known to a sufficiently high degree of accuracy.

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Contents 1. Introduction ......................................................... 44 2. Data Survey .................................................... 45 3. Correlation Procedure ......................................... 4. Dilute-Gas Function ............................................ 4.1. Refrigerant 12 ............................................. 4.2. Refrigerant 1 13 ........................................... 4.3. Refrigerant 1 14 ....................................... .... 4.4. Refrigerant C3 18 ................................ ..... .... 5. Excess Function ................................................... 5.1. Refrigerant 12 ............................................. 5.2. Refrigerant 1 13 ........................................... 5.3. Refrigerant 114 ........................................... 5.4. Refrigerant C3 18 .. . .. ... ..... . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6. Conclusions .......................................................... 7. Acknowledgments ................................................ 8. References ......................................................... 54 Appendix A. Comparison of other Literature Data with the Dilute-Gas Function ............ 55 a. Refrigerant 12 ................................ 55 b. Refrigerant 1 13 .............................. 56 c. Refrigerant 114 ............................... 57 d. Refrigerant C3 18 . .. . .. . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Appendix B. Comparison of other Literature Data with the Excess Function ................... 58 a. Refrigerant 12 ................................ 58 b. Refrigerant 1 13 .......................... .... 6 1 c. Refrigerant 114 ............................... 64 d. Refrigerant C318 ........................ .... 66 @ 1989 by the U. S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. This copyright is assigned to the Amnerican Institute of Physics and the American Chemical Society. Reprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. Appendix C. Recommended Values ........................ a. Refrigerant 12 ................................ b. Refrigerant 1 13 .............................. c. Refrigerant 1 14 ............................... d. Refrigerant C3 18 ............................ List of Tables 1. Specific data ...................................................... 2. Dilute-gas function ............................................ 3. Excess function ................................................. C1 Thermal cnndi~ctivityo f refrigerant 12 ............. C2. Thermal conductivity of refrigerant 12 along the saturation line ................................................... C3. Thermal conductivity of refrigerant 113 ........... C4. 1 hermal conductivity of refngerant 1 13 along the saturation line ............................................. C5. Thermal conductivity of refrigerant 114 ........... C6 Thermal conductivity of refrigerant 114 along the saturated-liquid line .................................... C7. Thermal conductivity of refrigerant C3 18 ........ C8. Thermal conductivity of refrigerant C3 18 along the saturation line ............................................. List of Figures 1. Dilute-gas function of refrigerant 12 together with the selected experimental data ................ 2. Relative deviations of the dilute-gas function of refrigerant 12 from the selected experimental data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . ... . ....... .... . .. . 0047-2689/89/010043-34/$07.00 43 J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, Vol. 18, No. 1,1989

 

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